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Jozsef Pinter vs Boris Alterman
Be'er Sheva (1991), Be'er Sheva ISR
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Check Variation Intermezzo Line (E15)  ·  1-0

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Mar-09-07  ianD: I suspect the final score is 1/2-1/2
Why did they play on so long?
Mar-09-07  kellmano: Actually, 128. Be2 Bd7 129.Bd3 and black is in zugzwang. He must lose a pawn or allow the infiltration of white's king.

I think

Nov-18-14  Howard: I don't know why they played "on so long" but if you look at the ChessCafe website, it indicates that a new "discovery" has been made on this endgame. Just saw it a few moments ago.
Sep-30-19
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  GrahamClayton: <Howard>
"I don't know why they played "on so long" but if you look at the ChessCafe website, it indicates that a new "discovery" has been made on this endgame."

Austrian FM Heinrich Rolletschek's analysis shows that White can win, when all previous analysis indicated a draw.

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